147a Section 1957-04-06 Let L-200 Morava.
History Let L-200 Morava.
Let L-200 Morava is a Czechoslovakian aircraft, designed for operational, liaison and sanitary tasks. Built in a twin engine configuration, a classic low wing, with a tail in the shape of the letter "H", all metal. As standard, it takes the pilot plus four people on board.
The aircraft was designed and manufactured at the LET plant in Kunovice. The constructor was Eng. Ladislav Smrček.
Three prototypes were built. Due to the fact that the target engines were not ready, the plane was powered by weaker Walter Minor 6-III engines, with a power of 2 x 160 HP). The flight of the prototype took place on April 6, 1957. Serial production ran from 1957 to 1964. A total of 367 were built. All serial aircraft were powered by the target Walter M337 engines, with a capacity of 2 x 210 hp (2 x 154 kW).
About 50 planes were purchased for Poland. They were used in Sanitary Aviation and Aeroclubs.
Drive Walter M337 piston engines, with a power of 2 x 210 HP (2 x 154 kW).
Written by Karol Placha Hetman